Native Plants, Birds, and Fish Return as Visible Progress Continues Fifty volunteers gathered at Nine Mile Creek on Saturday, October 19, to plant shrubs and trees, and track native birds. They are part of the Onondaga Lake Conservation Corps, an …
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Families Learn About Habitat Conservation while Celebrating National Hunting and Fishing Day at Honeywell Sportsmen’s Days at Carpenter’s Brook
Thousands Participate in Hands-on Outdoor Recreational Activities While Learning About Habitat Improvements at Geddes Brook Wetlands and Nine Mile Creek
Leadership Greater Syracuse Graduates Working as Scientists and Engineers on Onondaga Lake Improvement Projects
Community Volunteers and SUNY-ESF Students Plant Shrubs and Trees to Enhance Local Habitat
Onondaga Lake Conservation Corps Volunteers Participate in Hands-On Activities to Help Enhance Habitat at Nine Mile Creek
Sixty volunteers from Central New York participated in the second Onondaga Lake Conservation Corps stewardship event on Saturday, August 11. The event, held at Nine Mile Creek, provided community members an opportunity to participate in hands-on activities that will help preserve the …
Habitat Enhancements Begin at Nine Mile Creek; More than 50,000 Trees, Wetland Plants, Shrubs to be Planted
Community Volunteers Encouraged to Participate in Conservation and Restoration Effort
Community Input Plays Key Role in Final Designs; Sites Ready for Trout Season
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